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AVR-based PIC24FJ programmer uploads Bus Pirate firmware

Posted on Friday, December 23rd, 2011 in project logs by DP

Fezoj made an AVR-based PIC24FJ programmer to upload the firmware on his homemade Bus Pirate. The circuit consist of an ATmega8, a MAX232 serial port IC, and a few passives. He succeeded in programing his Bus Pirate and has released his source files on github.

Via the forum.

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